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  • Fuerza FC Women won’t return to NWPL in 2018
    MARYSVILLE, WA— Fuerza FC notified the Northwest Premier League (NWPL) recently that the club would not be fielding a women’s elite adult amateur team in the regional league in 2018. It came down to restructuring and money. “Unfortunately, due to some restructuring of the club and some moving around of finances the board has decided... Continue Reading →
  • Stars pull away from Express for the win
    KENT, WA— Behind a hat trick by Vince McCluskey in his first game this season, the Tacoma Stars broke a 5-5 tie with three goals in the fourth quarter to knock off the Turlock Express 8-5 at the accesso ShoWare Center. Robert Palmer scored what proved to be the game winner early in the fourth,... Continue Reading →
  • Saturday’s WIAA Finals match-ups are set
    Here are the final scores from Friday’s WIAA Fall Soccer State Semifinals. Lineups being announced, moments from kickoff pic.twitter.com/T0qSlDm1Hc — Issaquah HS Soccer (@IHS_Soccer) November 18, 2017 4A Girls Issaquah-3 Camas-1 (link) Central Valley-1 Kennedy-0 (link) 3A Girls Stadium-1 Bellevue-0 (link) Mercer Island-4 Kamiakin-2 (link) 2A Girls Liberty (Issaquah)-6 West Valley (Spokane)-2 Columbia River-1 White... Continue Reading →
  • UC San Diego knocks Western Vikings out of NCAA II title chase
    LA JOLLA, Calif. – The No. 1-seed UC San Diego women’s soccer team scored a goal with 23 seconds left in the first half, and then added a late insurance goal, defeating defending NCAA Division II national champion Western Washington University 2-0 Friday night at Triton Soccer Stadium to claim the NCAA II West Regional... Continue Reading →
  • PICTURE PERFECT: NWAC All Stars 2017
    Michael Landon shot the 2017 NWAC Men’s Soccer All Star Game at Starfire Sports Complex for goalWA.net. See a list of the All Stars here. Go to Michael’s gallery at Facebook.com/goalWA. Rick Edelman captured some of the women All Stars here. Filed under: College Soccer, goalwa.net, Picture Perfect
  • Cougs Advance to the Round of 16 With PKs Over No. 20 Tennessee
    A late game rally sent the Cougs on in the NCAA Championships. Source: Cougs Advance to the Round of 16 With PKs Over No. 20 Tennessee GAINESVILLE, Fla. – For the first time in Washington State soccer history, the Cougs (10-7-4) pushed their way into the third round of the NCAA Championships after advancing past... Continue Reading →
  • Highline dedicates championship season to Haylei Hughes
    TUKWILA, WA— The Highline Thunderbirds won the Women’s and Men’s NWAC Soccer Championships last week at Starfire Sports Complex. Both matches were dramatic 1-0 encounters. The Thunderbird Women won their trophy on a golden goal. In July the very same Starfire Sports Stadium was the site of the Northwest Premier League (NWPL) Final between the... Continue Reading →
  • State soccer: Central Valley, West Valley, St. George’s seek state titles
    By the lofty standards of Central Valley girls soccer coach Andres Monrroy, the Bears are having a B-plus season. Source: State soccer: Central Valley, West Valley, St. George’s seek state titles The final grade won’t come in until Saturday night, when CV hopes to raise another State 4A championship trophy.Filed under: High School Soccer
  • Surprise! Camas girls soccer back in semis
    At this time last year, the Camas girls soccer program was the No. 1 team in the nation and on its way to a Class 4A state title. Source: Surprise! Camas girls soccer back in semisFiled under: High School Soccer
  • Don’t believe in this history-making Life Christian soccer team? They didn’t at first, either
    Life Christian’s girls soccer team is playing in the 2B/1B state semifinals for the first time in school history behind a high-powered attack. But it took about midway through the season for them to believe this was even a state-caliber team. They face Adna at 4 p.m. Friday at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner. Source:... Continue Reading →
  • Defense can win Kamiakin a championship | Tri-City Herald
    The Kamiakin High School girls soccer team plays Mercer Island in the Class 3A state semifinals at 2 p.m. Friday at Puyallup’s Sparks Stadium. Source: Defense can win Kamiakin a championship Kamiakin’s defense, from the left, Bela Nicacio, Rylie Clark, Grace Wilbur, Kaylee Kraft and Emma Johnson pose for a photo at Lampson Stadium in... Continue Reading →
  • John Schubert steps down as Coach at West Valley Yakima
    YAKIMA, WA— John Schubert has a legacy of soccer hardware in West Valley’s trophy case that few coaches in any sport or at any school can match.  Source: Schubert steps down at West Valley It’s not just the immense volume of 18 state trophies and 540 career wins that are impressive, it’s the gender balance —... Continue Reading →
  • Storm King storms into divison lead SLIDESHOW | Sequim Gazette
    Storm King’s Ryan Tolberd (center) breaks through the Seattle United South (Blue) defense to set up the third Storm King goal in a key 3-1 win at the Albert Haller Playfields on Nov. 12. Source: Youth soccer: Storm King storms into divison lead SLIDESHOW | Sequim GazetteFiled under: Picture Perfect, Youth Soccer
  • Seattle University Redhawks knock Washington Huskies out of NCAA’s in overtime
    SEATTLE, WA— The Seattle Univertsity Redhawks knocked the Washington Huskies out of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament (bracket) on Thursday night before almost 2,000 fans at Husky Soccer Stadium. The final score in the instant classic was 3-2. The golden goal in overtime was scored by the Redhawks’ Gabe Ruiz on an assist from... Continue Reading →
  • Caleb Porter Out As Timbers Manager
    Source: Caleb Porter Out As Timbers Manager In a stunning turn of events, Paul Tenorio of Four Four Two is reporting this evening that the Portland Timbers and manager Caleb Porter have mutually agreed to part ways. An announcement is expected on Friday. Tenorio’s reporting suggested that Porter’s exit was the result of a “power... Continue Reading →
  • Can Soccer-Playing Robots Kick It? Yes They Can!
    Source: Can Soccer-Playing Robots Kick It? Yes They Can! THE WORLD MAY not agree 100 percent on what to call it, but we can all agree that soccer/football is indeed the Beautiful Game. Not just from an individual athleticism standpoint, but also the teamwork: Soccer is a lovely ballet, only with more kicking and tripping... Continue Reading →
  • Tacoma Stars at ShoWare Friday night to host Turlock Express in MASL action
    KENT, WA— The Tacoma Stars return to the accesso ShoWare Center on Friday, November 17 to take on the Turlock Express. The Stars knocked off the Express, 7-3, behind a Philip Lund hat trick in Turlock on Friday night for their first win of the season. First kick on Friday night in Kent is set... Continue Reading →
  • Vikings soccer team on to state semi-finals | Islands’ Sounder
    by Marty Zier Source: Vikings soccer team on to state semi-finals | Islands’ Sounder The Viking men’s soccer team advanced to the state semi-finals after a convincing 2-0 win over the Mt. Vernon Christian Hurricanes on Nov. 10 in Anacortes. The Vikings had a 1-1 regular season record versus the Hurricanes, scoring two goals for... Continue Reading →
  • Crosspoint boys soccer two steps away from first title | Kitsap Sun
    Warriors play Orcas Island in state semifinals Friday. Source: Crosspoint boys soccer two steps away from first title BREMERTON — Four years ago, Aydan Laurion watched his older sister Emma help Crosspoint’s girls soccer team win the first of two consecutive Class B state titles. It was a front-row seat sort of experience “I was... Continue Reading →
  • St. George’s boys vie for third consecutive championship | Spokesman-Review
    Reloading isn’t just for big schools anymore. Source: State soccer: St. George’s boys vie for third consecutive championship At tiny St. George’s, the Dragons and boys soccer coach Heidi Melville are chasing a third consecutive State 2B/1B title. The first one was easy, as the Dragons went 18-3 and rolled to the 2015 championship with... Continue Reading →